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Naked & Famous Cocktail Recipe. Prickly Pear Mezcal Mule Recipe. Who knew Moscow Mules were so popular?

Prickly Pear Mezcal Mule Recipe

Well, honestly…I sort of did after taking a sip and falling in love with the drink myself. So, it doesn’t surprise me that when I shared the recipe in my last {Cocktail Friday} post, you all loved it as much as I do! Give the people what they want! (Chants the little voice in my head). So here’s another ‘Mule’ for you. Photo & Recipe via The Boys Club (my source for far too many delicious cocktails) Prickly Pear Moscow Mule Makes: 2 drinks Ingredients: 2 oz lime juice 1/2 jalapeño 2 oz Mezcal 6 oz ginger beer 1 oz. prickly pear syrup Lime, for rimming the glass Salt, for rimming the glass Jalapeño slices (seeded), for garnish Instructions: 1.

Freutcake Note: What in the world is prickly pear syrup?! Related {Cocktail Friday} Moscow Mule Have you every tasted a Moscow Mule? April 5, 2013 In "Drinks Anyone? " Melon Mules + Birch Lane Giveaway Happy Friday, friends! July 11, 2014 Moscow Reindeer Cocktails. Especiado Cocktail Recipe. Tequila Bramble Recipe. One of my favorite Summer cocktails is the bramble, a mix of gin, lemon, fresh blackberries, and blackberry liqueur.

Tequila Bramble Recipe

It's also a recipe that's easy to play around with, which makes for a fun day of improvising. For anyone craving a fruity cocktail minus the calories, this variation of a classic bramble makes a great choice. Instead of gin, I chose tequila as the base spirit; to me, tequila is the perfect complement to warm weather and fresh fruit. The recipe doesn't contain any store-bought mixers or fruit juice but relies on fresh, seasonal blackberries and a hint of agave syrup for its sweetness. In the end, it's a cocktail with fewer than 200 calories. See the recipe after the break! Ingredients 5 blackberries 3/4 ounce fresh lime juice Crushed ice (see POPSUGAR Food's tip for an easy way to crush ice at home) 1/2 ounce agave nectar 1/2 ounce crème de mure (blackberry-flavored liqueur) 1 1/2 ounces blanco tequila Directions.

Cucumber, Jalapeno and Kiwi Kombucha Tequila Gimlets. The Oaxacan Slushie: Mezcal, Strawberry, Lime, and Beet Juice, Chili powder. Frozen Mezcal Palomas Recipe. Smiling Rabbit Cocktail Recipe. Chili Lime Mango Margaritas. If you don’t know I’m a margarita lover by now, now you know.

Chili Lime Mango Margaritas

But do I have a mango version? No, despite mango being one of my favorite fruits. I think you know where this is going. A couple of weeks ago, I had one of those days where I’d been in the kitchen for one too many hours and didn’t feel like cooking. Mexican food to the rescue. There’s always Chipotle, but one of our favorite local Mexican restaurants just took over a space just a few blocks from our apartment, so we hiked over there to satisfy our cravings. Best. We sat down and the margaritas were calling. This recipe is simple, requiring just 10 minutes and less than 10 ingredients!

Use frozen mango (or other fruit of choice) for a blended frozen margarita, or use un-chilled mango and serve over ice for an “on the rocks” application. For a little heat to balance out the sweetness of the mango, I add some hot sauce and chili powder on the rim. I think you guys are going to love this margarita! Prep Time 10 minutes Course Beverage. Mezcal Sunrise. Choose between two different bitters to create two variations of one delicious drink.

Mezcal Sunrise

I wish I could remember the first time I tried mezcal, or even heard of it. Probably it was sometime over the past 5, maybe 7, years when we collectively started giving other liquors a chance to star in our drinks. I like to put mezcal in everything. And today’s drink is one from my ongoing “to make” list. Here my notes were: meaty, but refreshing. It’s kind of a choose your own adventure cocktail. I’m using the Vida mezcal here because it’s both a wonderful sipping liquor and it mixes well with others. Smoke on the Water Cocktail Recipe. Lazy Sunday Cocktail Recipe.